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Tuesday, 4. April 2017

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Melbourne Meeting – April 2017

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Monday 24th April at 6 for 6:15pm start. NOTE This is the 4th Monday of the Month, to avoid Easter! Glen Kleidon will talk on “Adopting a Functional programming approach in Delphi“. His presentation will cover Record and Class Helpers, Decorators and Dependency Injection.… ...
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New Warnings, Illegal Casts, and other Delphi compiler changes in 10.2 Tokyo

Marco's Tech Blog – The focus for the Delphi compiler R&D for the 10.2 Tokyo release was clearly the development of a new compiler for Linux. However, there were many bug fixes and several minor changes to the compilers for all platforms worth covering. Command Line Compilers are Large Address-Aware You can ...
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TMS Aurelius, the ORM for Delphi: For Linux. For Free.

TMS Software Blog – Embarcadero has just released RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo, the latest version of the great Delphi/C++Builder development tools. And the greatest feature of this release is the ability to compile for Linux! After a few days following Tokyo release, we were glad to release a new version (3.7) of TMS ...
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TSMBIOS now supports Linux via Delphi 10.2 Tokio.

The Road to Delphi – I just uploaded a new version of the TSMBIOS library with support for Linux via Delphi 10.2 Tokio. You can found a full description of the project in the Github site. Check these screenshots of the demo applications running under ubuntu 16.04 LTS   Now just a small note, the TSMBIOS  library ...
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Monday, 3. April 2017

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RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo support is available

EurekaLog Blog – We have just released a new build 7.5.1.151 with RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo support. Changelog (since 7.5.1.0): Important: Debug information format was completely changed. Be sure to test your applications Important: Added a major upgrade to bug tracker code. Be sure to test your applications ...
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Thursday, 30. March 2017

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Konopka Controls, Radiant Shapes, TurboPack and more in GetIt for 10.2 Tokyo

Marco's Tech Blog – A significant number of the components and libraries distributed on GetIt are available for the newly released RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo, including "bonus pack" items like Konopka Controls and Radiant Shapes. Konopka Controls and Radiant Shapes The two add-on libraries are available and get be ...
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VCL Styles Utils supports RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo

The Road to Delphi – The new release of the VCL Styles Utils project now is compatible with RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo . This new version also improve the support for the Windows 10 custom Styles. Check this TOpenDialog styled with the Windows 10 Black VCL Style. Rodrigo.
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Wednesday, 29. March 2017

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FireDAC BatchMove and Calculated Fields

Olaf Monien – If you need to “pump” records from one data source to an other, then TFDBatchmove is for you. Using FireDAC’s BatchMove component allows you to easily map the fields of one query to an other, regardless if they belong to the same database/connection or two totally different ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Olaf Monien @ 19:01
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When Delphi is missing the `ActiveX` items in the `File -> New` dialog

The Wiert Corner – Marco Cantú posted the below solution when ActiveX is missing in your File -> New dialog which I’ve paraphrased: OK, you can try this. Close RAD Studio/Delphi. Open the registry editor. Under HKEY_CURRENT_USER, open the Known IDE Packages\Delphi — that is something like ...
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Advanced HTTP Hacking Webinar Code

The PodCast at Delphi.org – You can find all the code from my HTTP webinar in my special HTTP folder. [Project source code] This is the script I use to demonstrate HTTP Range requests through Telnet. Just copy and paste each block of code (including the trailing blank line) into a command window and it will run telnet and make ...
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Tuesday, 28. March 2017

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Firemonkey TMemo Scrolling

Olaf Monien – When you add lines to a TMemo in Delphi Applications, then you might want to scroll to the very end of that particular Memo, so that the newest lines are kept in view. In FireMonkey it’s as easy as just calling GoToTextEnd: You might notice though, that when you clear…Read More
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The Value of Code Reviews

Rob's Technology Corner – I have recently seen code that that looked like this. try ... Lines of Code here ...exceptend;or procedure TCustomClass.MethodDoThis()begin ... 20 Lines of code ...end; procedure TCustomClass.MethodDoThis2()begin ... Same 20 Lines of code with slight modification ...end; Both produced code that ...
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Upcoming event: TMS Day in Fredericia, Denmark on May 18th

TMS Software Blog – We are excited to announce that Jens Fudge, Embarcadero MVP for Denmark, and TMS software are planning a TMS day in Denmark on May 18th. All day, sessions will be spent on TMS VCL components, TMS FNC components and TMS Cloud components and with also sufficient session time allocated to handle your ...
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TZipFile with Password Encryption (Part 2)

The Art of Delphi Programming – The first part of this article describes a simple but limited way to read password encrypted zip files with a derived TZipFile class. The limitations are it can only read but not create encrypted zip files the size of the zip files is limited by the available memory While this solution does the ...
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Monday, 27. March 2017

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TZipFile with Password Encryption

The Art of Delphi Programming – As some of you might already know, Delphi (at least since XE2) comes with a built-in TZipFile class for reading and writing zip files. It is a rather basic class with only limited functionality, but this might just be enough for quite a couple of day-to-day tasks. During a recent migration of a ...
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